Our aim at Wallington Primary is to ensure all children reach a high standard of physical development. We do this through the teaching of PE and by encouraging children to lead a healthy lifestyle. We also aim to establish a sporting culture that enables and encourages all children to play and enjoy sport. Using the Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding, our school endeavours to enrich the PE curriculum in a sustainable way and to increase sports participation for all our children.
What is the Sport Premium Funding?
The Primary PE and Sport Premium Funding is additional funding provided by the government to improve provision of physical education and sport in primary schools in England. In 2012, the government pledged £150 million per annum for at least the next 3 years to support PE and school sport in primary schools. £150 million was provided per annum for academic years 2013 to 2014 and 2014 to 2015. The funding is ring-fenced and therefore can only be spent on provision of PE and sport in schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, Media and Sport. The government have also announced a further commitment to PE and sport until 2020 if they are elected in the next general election. This funding goes directly to our head of school so they can decide the best way to use it.
We are required to put information online as to how we have used the funding to support pupils’ progress and participation in PE and sport. This includes details of sporting provision as well as curriculum details. This enables parents, carers and others to be fully aware of the PE and sporting opportunities Wallington Primary provides.
How is the Sport Premium Funding allocated?
The Sport Premium funding is allocated to each individual school by the payment of a lump sum. Schools with over 17 pupils are allocated a lump sum fund of £8,000 and then £5.00 per child in Y1-Y6.
Funding for Wallington Primary:
For 2017/18 we have been allocated £18,930
For outlines plans on how this money will be spent please click here.
In 2016/17 we were allocated £9,375
This was spent as detailed below with the following impact.
Provision: Primary Sports Partnership: training etc
Impact: Partnership enabled support in delivering PE lessons to a high standard.
Support in arranging sports day.
Training for all staff in Real PE
Audit of subject and action plan created, identifying strengths and areas for development
Monitoring PE throughout the year
Set-up Daily Mile
Provision: Sports equipment and games
Impact: A new range of sporting equipment for indoor and outdoor PE, to increase skill development and help children develop their fundamental movement skills in PE lessons.
Purchase of Archery equipment for after school and lunch time activity
Provision: Sporting events (entry fees, trophies, travel, etc)